- Children under the age of three cannot blow their own nose. A child's congestion interferes with their ability to breathe, eat and sleep.
- Until now, the most common tool has been the bulb aspirator. These can irritate a baby's nasal lining, and are often ineffective.
- Nosefrida was developed by Ear, Nose, and Throat specialists and pediatricians in Sweden. Nosefrida is designed to be placed against the nostril, forming a seal, rather than inserting into the nostril like bulb aspirators.
- Nosefrida features a 15" clear plastic tube that extends from a nasal nozzle, allowing the parent to use their own suction to draw mucus out of the child's nose. A filter in the nasal nozzle prevents any exchange of mucus between child and parent.
- Easy to clean. It is manufactured in Sweden, in accordance with the European Union environmental regulations and is registered with the US Food and Drug Administration
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Will I get the cold my baby has?
No. The hygiene filter prevents mucus transfer from child to user. Click here to review the clinical studies and bacterial evaluations.
Is Nosefrida safe to use for someone with allergies?
Yes. Nosefrida is made of non-allergenic and latex-free polypropylene. The blue filter consists of moisture absorbing polyurethane.
Is Nosefrida safe to use on newborns?
Yes. Nosefrida is designed to be safe and effective for newborns as well as toddlers.
Why is Nosefrida better than other aspirators on the market?
Nosefrida is better and safer, since you never put anything inside the nose, and you control the amount of suction you apply. It does not irritate the sensitive lining of the nose. Children tolerate Nosefrida better than other aspirators.
I am concerned about the recent warnings about plastics. Is Nosefrida safe?
Nosefrida is BPA free and contains NO phthalates, which have been linked to health risks when used in baby bottles, pacifiers and other baby items. It is manufactured in accordance with the European Union environmental regulations and is registered with the FDA, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
How do I clean my Nosefrida?
Nosefrida should be detached from the tubing and washed with warm water and soap and allowed to dry. Hygiene filters should be changed after each use.
I took the tube apart for washing, and now it won't stay attached.
The tube has to be pushed very hard until you hear it snap into place. There is a groove inside that makes the 2 pieces fit together snugly.
I know my child has mucus but nothing comes out. How do I get the really thick stuff out?
First, try 1 - 2 saline drops in each nostril, wait for a few seconds and then aspirate. Try using the Nosefrida in a CIRCULAR motion against the nostril. You will hear some sounds when the mucus starts to come out.
Does the Nosefrida aspirator include filters?
Yes, 4 filters are included, but it's recommended that the filter be changed with each use. Extra filter bags are 2.50 for a 20 count bag (including shipping).
Where is Nosefrida manufactured?
Nosefrida is manufactured by Nasalprodukter AB in a modern factory in Malmo, Sweden.